Tag: Social Media

February News from Information Security

Welcome to the much delayed February newsletter! I apologize for the tardiness of this edition. There is a fair amount of news to share, some of it WAY overdue, so I’ll start there. First, if you are using multi-factor authentication…

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January News from Information Security

Welcome to this special “mid-January” monthly edition of news from Information Security! With the students not returning to class until the 13th of the month, this edition was delayed to roughly coincide with their arrival. Also delayed are the security…

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NCSAM Week 1 – Social Media, Passwords, Cyber Hygiene

Welcome to National Cyber Security Awareness Month, also known as NCSAM! Every week this month we will explore topics around the theme of “Own IT, Secure IT, Protect IT”. That’s not three typos in a row, that’s “IT” as in…

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Instagram Phishing Lures You In With Fake Copyright Violation

A new Instagram phishing campaign is threatening users with account suspension because of a “copyright infringement”. A poorly worded email informs you that content in your account “will violate our copyright laws”. Users are asked to fill out a fake…

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March News from Information Security

March is here! Spring Break can’t be far away. This month we are focusing on protecting your rights as a consumer. We are all consumers at some point and we should take proactive steps to make sure we are making…

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February News from Information Security

It’s February already! Classes are in full swing and Spring Break can’t get here fast enough! This month we are focusing on good use and management of social networks and social media.┬áThe content below is based on information provided by…

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